Internet Speed Test
Welcome to Lakeland Networks’ speed test. To begin a speed test, click the “Go” button below.
How to get the best results:
- Plug the device you are testing directly into your router using an Ethernet cable.
- Ensure that all other applications on your computer are closed.
- Run the test at a time when no other users on the network are downloading or uploading files.
Note: For best results, ensure that your device is plugged directly into your router.
Server: Below the “Go” button there is a drop-down menu to select the server you are testing from. The best SpeedTest server to use is “Lakeland Networks” or another server near you.
What do the results mean?
- Mbps: Megabits per second is a unit of measuring the speed that data is passed across the internet.
- Download: This is the speed that your computer was able to receive data from the SpeedTest server.
- Upload: This is the speed that your computer was able to transmit data to the SpeedTest server.
- Ping: The ping is the time, in milliseconds, that it takes for your computer to send data to the SpeedTest server and for it to respond.
- Jitter: Jitter is the average difference between the mean ping time displayed in milliseconds.
For any questions regarding your internet service please see our internet FAQ page.